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" We were indeed amazed to see a poor commonalty so capable to argue upon points of government, and on the bounds to be set to the power of princes in matters of religion. "
The Headship of Christ and The Rights of the Christian People - Page 28
by Hugh Miller - 1871 - 517 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 192

1900
...though not in great crowds. We are indeed amazed to see a poor commonalty so capable to argue upon points of government, and on the bounds to be set to the power of princes iu the matters of religion. Upon all these points they had texts of Scripture at hand, and were ready...
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The History of the State and Sufferings of the Church of Scotland ..., Volume 1

William Crookshank - Scotland - 1812
...indeed amazed to see a poor commonalty so cap'able to argue upon the points of government, and oil the bounds to be set to the power of princes in matters of religion. This measure of knowledge was spread among the meanest of them, their cottagers and servants. The last...
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Annals of the Persecution in Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution

James Aikman - 1842 - 556 pages
...though not in great crowds. We were indeed amazed to see a poor commonalty so capable to argue upon points of government, and on the bounds to be set...of princes in matters of religion. Upon all these topies they had texts of Scripture at hand, and were ready with their answers to any thing that was...
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Annals of the Persecution in Scotland: From the Restoration to the Revolution

James Aikman - Covenanters - 1842 - 556 pages
...though not in great crowds. We were indeed amazed to see a poor commonalty so capable to argue upon points of government, and on the bounds to be set...of princes in matters of religion. Upon all these topies they had texts of Scripture at hand, and were ready with their answers to any thing that was...
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History of the Church of Scotland ... to 1841

1843 - 500 pages
...he, " to see a poor commonalty so capahle to argue upon points of government, and on the hounds to he set to the power of princes in matters of religion. Upon all these topics they had texts at hand, and were ready with their answers to any thing that was said to them. This measure of knowledge...
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Bishop Burnet's history of his own time: from the restoration of Charles II ...

Gilbert Burnet - History - 1850 - 949 pages
...though not in great crowds. We were, indeed, amazed to see a poor commonalty so capable of arguing upon points of government, and on the bounds to be set...texts of scripture at hand, and were ready with their answera to any thing that was said to them. This measure of knowledge was spread even among the meanest...
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History of the Church of Scotland: From the Introduction of Christianity to ...

William Maxwell Hetherington - Scotland - 1851 - 500 pages
...his Own Times. " We were indeed amazed," says he, " to see a poor commonalty so capable to argue upon points of government, and on the bounds to be set...of religion. Upon all these topics they had texts at hand, and were ready with their answers to any thing that was said to them. This measure of knowledge...
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History of the Church of Scotland: From the Introduction of Christianity to ...

William Maxwell Hetherington - Presbyterianism - 1854 - 500 pages
...his Own Times. " We were indeed amazed," says he, " to see a poor commonalty so capable lo argue upon points of government, and on the bounds to be set to the power of princes in matlers of religion. Upon all ihese topics they had lexis al hand, and were ready wilh iheir answers...
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History of the Church of Scotland

Rev. W.M. Hetherington - 1856
...his Own Times. " We were indeed amazed," says he, " to see a poor commonalty so capable to argue upon points of government, and on the bounds to be set...of religion. Upon all these topics they had texts at hand, and were ready with their answers to any thing that was said to them. This measure of knowledge...
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FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF ENGLAND AND ITS PEOPLE

HUGH MILLER - 1860
...though not in great crowds. We were indeed amazed to see a poor commonalty so capable to. argue upon points of government, and on the bounds to be set to the power of princes in matters of religiom. Upon all these topics they had texts of Scripture at hand, and were ready with their answers...
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